On view January 22, 2020 - TBD. This collection of artwork by Meleko Mokgosi examines formal and informal forms of resistance, both unconscious and conscious.… Read More
Key Frames: A Celebration of Animation & Production Art
On view Nov. 8, 2019 – Jan. 9, 2020. Celebrating the many artists of animated productions, this exhibit allows visitors to take a walk through the entire production process, from the earliest concept art to finalized designs, and get to know the diverse range of talents who bring animated works to life.
Lucca Drake Aparicio Memorial Exhibit
On view Oct. 26-Nov. 2, 2019. Lucca Drake Aparicio was a local student and astonishingly prolific young artist who passed away this year. This exhibit offers family, friends, and the community the opportunity to view Lucca’s work and share memories of the young artist.
Multiple Ones: Contemporary Perspectives in Printmedia
On view Aug. 22–Oct. 23, 2019. In this exhibit, 20 contemporary printmaking artists redefine the genre with astonishing pieces and immersive installations.
The Last Breath: Art of Qiang Zhang
Chinese artist Qiang Zhang uses our understanding of, and sympathy for, animals to express what non-visible, internal struggles for humans can look and feel like.
Explore the Eternal Kiln Fire Legend: Chinese Jun Porcelain
An exhibition of Jun porcelain ceramics, a rare ceramic ware from the Song Dynasty, now under government protection as a state-level intangible cultural heritage. The works in this exhibition were generously loaned by Song Royal Kiln.
Cal Lutheran presents a compilation of student work from the Art Department of the graduating class of 2019, where each artist contributes their unique perspective of the environment around them. Featuring artists Quinn Rosenblatt, Donaldo Lopez, Breann Carlucci, Johannah Peterson, Hallie Maxwell, and Michelle Handal.
Pathos Along a Contemporary Frontier: Border Paintings by Rigoberto Alonso Gonzalez
Provocative and disturbing paintings of life and violence in the Rio Grande Valley. They encourage the viewer to reorient their sense of the cultural center and reimagine implications from the perspective of those living along the US/Mexico border.